The Cedar Fire was a wildfire which burned over 280,000 acres (1,133 km2) of land in San Diego County, California in during October and November of 2003. The fire's rapid growth was driven by Santa Ana winds, causing the fire spread at a rate of 3,600 acres (15 km2) per hour. By the time the fire was fully contained on November 4, it had burned 280,278 acres (1,134.2 km2) of land, destroyed 2,820 buildings (including 2,232 homes) and killed 15 people including one firefighter.

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  • The Cedar Fire was a wildfire which burned over 280,000 acres (1,133 km2) of land in San Diego County, California in during October and November of 2003. The fire's rapid growth was driven by Santa Ana winds, causing the fire spread at a rate of 3,600 acres (15 km2) per hour. By the time the fire was fully contained on November 4, it had burned 280,278 acres (1,134.2 km2) of land, destroyed 2,820 buildings (including 2,232 homes) and killed 15 people including one firefighter. The fire is the largest wildfire in California history. Additionally, according to CALFIRE, the fire is the third deadliest and second most destructive in state history. (en)
  • The Cedar Fire was a wildfire which burned over 280,000 acres (1,133 km2) of land in San Diego County, California in during October and November 2003. The fire's rapid growth was driven by Santa Ana winds, causing the fire spread at a rate of 3,600 acres (15 km2) per hour. By the time the fire was fully contained on November 4, it had burned 280,278 acres (1,134.2 km2) of land, destroyed 2,820 buildings (including 2,232 homes) and killed 15 people including one firefighter. The fire is the largest wildfire in California history. Additionally, according to CALFIRE, the fire is the third deadliest and second most destructive in state history. (en)
  • The Cedar Fire was a massive wildfire which burned 273,246 acres (1,106 km2) of land in San Diego County, California, during October and November 2003. The fire's rapid growth was driven by the Santa Ana winds, causing the fire to spread at a rate of 3,600 acres (15 km2) per hour. By the time the fire was fully contained on November 4, it had destroyed 2,820 buildings (including 2,232 homes) and killed 15 people, including one firefighter. Hotspots continued to burn within the Cedar Fire's perimeter until December 5, 2003.The fire remains one of the largest wildfires in California history and, as of 2017, the second-largest wildfire in the state's modern history. According to CALFIRE, it is also the third deadliest and third most destructive wildfire in state history, causing just over $1.3 billion in damages. In October 2017, the Tubbs Fire surpassed the Cedar Fire and the 1991 Oakland Firestorm to become the single most destructive wildfire in California history, in terms of the number of buildings destroyed. In December 2017, the Thomas Fire surpassed the Cedar Fire to become California's largest modern wildfire on record. (en)
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  • A dozen simultaneous wildfires in October 2003; the Cedar Fire is the large red dots right of the center of the picture. (en)
  • A dozen simultaneous wildfires in October 2003; the Cedar Fire is the group of large red dots right of center. (en)
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  • At least $1.331 billion (en)
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  • Location of Cedar Fire in Southern California (en)
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  • The Cedar Fire was a wildfire which burned over 280,000 acres (1,133 km2) of land in San Diego County, California in during October and November of 2003. The fire's rapid growth was driven by Santa Ana winds, causing the fire spread at a rate of 3,600 acres (15 km2) per hour. By the time the fire was fully contained on November 4, it had burned 280,278 acres (1,134.2 km2) of land, destroyed 2,820 buildings (including 2,232 homes) and killed 15 people including one firefighter. (en)
  • The Cedar Fire was a wildfire which burned over 280,000 acres (1,133 km2) of land in San Diego County, California in during October and November 2003. The fire's rapid growth was driven by Santa Ana winds, causing the fire spread at a rate of 3,600 acres (15 km2) per hour. By the time the fire was fully contained on November 4, it had burned 280,278 acres (1,134.2 km2) of land, destroyed 2,820 buildings (including 2,232 homes) and killed 15 people including one firefighter. (en)
  • The Cedar Fire was a massive wildfire which burned 273,246 acres (1,106 km2) of land in San Diego County, California, during October and November 2003. The fire's rapid growth was driven by the Santa Ana winds, causing the fire to spread at a rate of 3,600 acres (15 km2) per hour. By the time the fire was fully contained on November 4, it had destroyed 2,820 buildings (including 2,232 homes) and killed 15 people, including one firefighter. (en)
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